Kevin B. MacDonald  

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Kevin B. MacDonald (born January 24, 1944) is an American psychologist. He is a retired professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), best known for his controversial application of evolutionary psychology to characterize Jewish behavior as a "group evolutionary strategy".

He entered the University of Wisconsin–Madison and became an activist in the anti-war movement. During this period, he came to believe that the majority of the movement there consisted of people of East Coast Jewish origin (Culture of Critique, p. 104), which resulted in his decision to more closely observe and become hostile towards Jewish intellectual movements.



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